Felix Cavaliere performed Saturday in New York for the APA, the annual convention of talent bookers. With summer schedules beginning to lock in, Cavaliere tells us he plans to continue working with his own band — as he did in 2014 as well as prior to The RascalsOnce Upon a Dream shows of 2012 and ’13.

As for a possible second reunion with Eddie Brigati, Gene Cornish and Dino Danelli, Felix says, “I can only answer for myself.”

Felix Cavaliere is still open to reuniting again with the rest of The Rascals original lineup. OC: …have to say yes. :14

“Well, it has been since 1972. There’s no real reason for us not be working. It’s just ridiculous for a successful group not to want to go out and be successful. It just never made any sense to me. So I have to say yes.”

One plan that seems to have fallen by the wayside is staging a joint tour with the still-active members of The Lovin’ Spoonful and The Association. Felix seemed excited by the idea last summer, but now adds, “I don’t know that’s going to happen. You have to see if they’re collectively compatible. And there’s the good old word, the financial part.”

Felix’s plans for the year ahead also include a book of photos on The Rascals. But he clearly isn’t ready to write his long-planned memoir, saying, “The story’s not over yet.”

Felix Cavaliere next performs January 22nd at Pepperdine University in California and January 24th in Poway, California. He’ll be back on the East Coast on the 29th at the Maryland Live Casino near Baltimore and on the 30th at Connecticut’s Ridgefield Playhouse.